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Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Face to face or Webinar.  Look out for dates or get in touch below.

In 1998, American journalist, Harvey Blume wrote: "neurodiversity may be every bit as crucial for the human race as biodiversity is for life. Who can say what form of wiring will be best at any given moment".

In the intervening years conditions such as Autistic Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, dyslexia and more have gradually come to be regarded less as problems that need to be fixed. This is in part due to the acceptance and adoption of a social model of disability that emphasises that it is not the person that is broken or disordered. 

 

However, the social model also highlights that problems often arise when a neurologically different minority are expected to adapt and thrive in an environment that has been designed both for and by the majority who have "differently wired brains."

Workshops on Neurodiversity in the Workplace are for employers who want to learn more about this important topic as they strive to create an equal and inclusive working environment.

Training offers an overview of neurodiversity, common issues that can arise in the workplace and practical steps and adjustments that include environmental considerations, working practices and the use of technology. 

We currently run an easily accessible "off the shelf" webinar.  In addition, we are always happy to discuss specific issues and requirements and create a training and learning package that meets individual needs. 

Workshops can be delivered in-house or at a training venue. Use the Get In Touch button to arrange a call to have a chat about options.

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